Curtis: Should building ties in Latin America be a policy priority for Canada?
- Curtis: Will the current Israeli-Palestinian negotiations progress in the coming months?
- Curtis: What regional and/or international challenges are most pressing for the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, respectively?
- Curtis: Are criticisms of the preliminary nuclear accord with Iran prescient or paranoid?
No, but it should continue to be an on-going Canadian foreign policy activity, much as Africa, much of Asia, and Central/Europe is. Canadian private sector involvement will likely remain more evident than government activity with respect to most regions of Latin America – where both sectors will and should be active across most sectors are in Mexico, Brazil, and Chile. The United States, China, Japan, Korea, parts of South-east Asia, the Caribbean, and western Europe should be Canadian priorities – their performance and values affect Canada directly and ours, to a much lesser extent given our size, affects and at times influences them.